Apple fans will be able to livestream March 21st keynote

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The iPhone SE keynote will be livestreamed.
The iPhone SE keynote will be livestreamed.
Photo: Martin Hajek

The iPhone SE and a new iPad will be unveiled by Apple on March 2st at an event at the company’s Cupertino headquarters, but Apple fans don’t need a press pass to get full access to first keynote of 2016.

Apple confirmed on its website that it will livestream the entire keynote and unlike past livestreams you don’t even need to own an Apple product to watch it.

The March 21st keynote will kick off at 10AM PT. To stream the festivities you’ll need an iPhone or iPad running Safari on iOS 7 or later, or a Mac with Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5. If for some reason you’re using a PC you’ll need Windows 10 with Microsoft Edge to tune in. An Apple TV stream will also be provided.

A new 4-inch iPhone SE is expected to make its debut at the event. The new device will feature a design similar to the iPhone 5s, with a 12MP camera, Apple Pay, and an A9 processor.

The successor to the iPad Air 2 is also rumored to make an appearance at the event with new features like four speaker audio, a Smart Connector with support for a Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil, as well as an A9X processor and 12MP rear camera.

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  • imtough

    When these nerds go into Photoshop, move/remove/copy/paste a feature from a previous product and vomit it out into the interwebz as the “next new thing” it makes me want to stuff them into their cloud locker. Nothing pictured above will be remotely like what is released. The ugly antenna lines will not be made uglier and that flaming homosexual pink will not be introduced to their offerings. And don’t even get me started on that Allah-awful dual-camera concept. The guy who made that would probably make an equally inacurate rendering of a vagina- something else he’s yet to have seen.